BioLPG

Why BioLPG offers quick carbon-reducing options for installers

Off-grid, rural UK homes have a particular set of challenges when it comes to decarbonising heat in these properties. Karl Bateman, National Specifier Manager at Calor, explains why these factors mean that boilers will continue to have a place in these homes, and why sustainable fuels such as BioLPG offer installers an easy way to […]

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One industry council is needed to drive Net Zero

A single unifying body can concentrate all efforts from all sectors of the building products and services industry, to achieve a clear and concise information exchange to drive Net Zero carbon. Rinnai Managing Director Tony Gittings gives his view: At Rinnai, we’re calling for a single body or council to represent all buildings, products & […]

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Off-grid BioLPG can produce 81% carbon savings – says new report

A new report from Rinnai has discovered that converting off-grid sites to BioLPG could return savings of up to 81% on carbon emissions. BioLPG is conceptually renewable and sustainable, as it is made from a blend of waste, residues and sustainably sourced materials. BioLPG, can be described as an eco-propane, the chemical makeup of this […]

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Household waste can pave way for bioLPG future – Says new report

A new report released by Liquid Gas UK (LGUK) has outlined how a green future for off-grid homes and businesses can be powered by household waste, woody biomass and used cooking oil. LGUK’s latest report, developed independently by leading bioenergy experts NNFCC, outlines the possible supply chain routes  to create a thriving bioLPG production industry […]

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Scotland needs mixed technology approach to tackle heating, says Liquid Gas UK

Commenting on Scotland’s Programme for Government 2020/21 published today and its plans to reach net-zero, George Webb, CEO, Liquid Gas UK said: “Scotland has made huge gains in decarbonising electricity across the country with huge investments in renewables such as wind, wave and tidal. Today’s programme looks to turn up the heat on decarbonising heating, […]

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